Podcast "El planeta de los simios" de Jerry Goldsmith

Una de las bandas sonoras más importantes e innovadoras de la historia del cine: "El planeta de los simios" del maestro Jerry Goldsmith. Un clásico musical y cinematográfico que, a pesar de tener 50 años, sigue siendo un referente.
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Reedición en SACD Híbrido - DSD, Super audio CD de "Classic Film Scores" de Dimitri Tiomkin

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Walt Disney Records (Universal Music) edita en marzo la música de Ramin Djawadi para "A wrinkle in time"

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Lakeshore edita la música de Cristóbal Tapia de Veer para "Black Mirror: Black Museum"

Información en inglés:
akeshore Records will release the BLACK MIRROR: BLACK MUSEUM – Original Soundtrack digitally on January 19, 2017. The album features original music by composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer  (UTOPIA, HUMANS, THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS).
BLACK MIRROR was one of the best things I’ve seen on TV,” said Tapia de Veer. “However I wasn’t influenced by other episodes while writing the score, because Colm’s [McCarthy, director] Black Museum was its own thing. It is very Black Mirror, but the style felt new to me, so I worked on it as if it were a stand-alone film.”
The Black Museum episode is presented as a series of three stories told by Rolo Haynes (Douglas Hodge), proprietor of the remote "Black Museum" to his solitary visitor Nish (Letitia Wright), all involving various exhibits related to cutting edge technological connections and transfers with the human brain that Rolo had developed in his career.
“The beginning, discovering the Black Museum, that was going to set the tone for the rest of the show,” explained Tapia de Veer. “The music morphed in many ways throughout the 3 stories, then goes back to where it started with the Black Museum, although with a sense of accomplishment, but also a sense of doom.”
To create the overall feel, “I tried many things,” said Tapia de Veer. “But in the end the whole palette comes from one single piece of music I gave Colm that he felt could be the theme that gives continuity, and holds the three stories together.”  In addition to creating a bit of a theme for Rolo to invoke a salesman-like drive, but with a creepy vibe, Tapia de Veer utilized girls voices which poke through the mix, “Melodic hints that accompany Nish, as well as other characters like the Monkey, somehow connecting them all as allies in this quest for revenge and/or justice.”
NETFLIX present BLACK MIRROR streaming globally where available. Lakeshore Records will release the BLACK MIRROR: BLACK MUSEUM – Original Soundtrack digitally on January 19, 2017.
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For more information contact Beth Krakower, The Krakower Group, 310.294.3600, Beth@KrakowerGroup.com, or @KrakowerGroup on Twitter
Multiple award winning Cristobal "Cristo" Tapia de Veer is a Chilean born, classically trained film and TV score composer, producer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist based in Montreal, Canada.
After obtaining his Master's degree (with honors) from the 'Conservatory of Music of Québec', he plunged into the pop music world and got signed to Warner Music in 2001, putting a hold on his classical career. His band One Ton reached number one in Canada in 2003 with the electro-dance single "Supersex World" and won the Canadian Dance Music Award (SOCAN). After a tumultuous tour the young band decided to split up.
He started working on film scores together with French-Canadian singer Jorane, for "I am Dina" (dir: Ole Bornedal), "LoveSick" (dir: Lewis Cohen, Cirque de Soleil) winner of a Gemini Award 2006, CA, for best original Music, "Kamataki" (dir: Claude Gagnon), nominated for best original music at the Prix Jutra 2007, CA, and "Un dimanche à Kigali" (dir: Robert Favreau), winner of a Prix Jutra 2007, CA, for best original music.
In 2011 he scored his first mini-TV series "The Crimson Petal and the White" (dir: Marc Munden, BBC2), nominated at the BAFTA'S 2012 for Best mini-series. 2 years later Munden and Cristo teamed up again to work on C4's critically acclaimed cult series "Utopia". The 2 x 6 episode long conspiracy thriller won an International EMMY Award 2014 for best drama series. His music for Utopia won several awards (both seasons) and became an international milestone in the scoring world.
Also In 2013, he composed the music for ICI-Radio-Canada's new TV-drama "Série Noire" (dir: JF Rivard), for which he won twice at the PRIX GEMEAUX (Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television) in 2014 and received a third trophy for the second season in 2016. Later that year, he began work on the BBC One mini-series "Jamaica Inn", directed by BAFTA award-winning Phillipa Lowthorpe.
The following year, AMC / C4's co-production "Humans" became C4's biggest drama hit in 20 years and got nominated for best drama series at the BAFTAS 2016. His first feature film "The Girl with all the Gifts" was released in fall 2016 (distr: Warner UK) and won in the best original music category at the 24th Festival International du Film Fantastique Gérardmer 2017, at the same time as C4's mini-series "National Treasure", which was hailed among critics as the most powerful series of the year. Cristo was awarded a Golden Fipa 2017 for his original score as well as a BAFTA for best original music.
BBC-America's "Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency" has been released in fall 2016 and has gathered cult status amongst its fans on Netflix worldwide. Upcoming releases include 2 episodes of "Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams" (Amazon, C4) as well as Netflix' dark sci-fi anthology series "Black Mirror". SOCAN honoured Cristo with the prestigious International Achievement Award in fall 2017.
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Quartet edita la música de Julio de la Rosa para la serie "La peste"

Información en quartetrecords.com
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Hollywood Records edita digitalmente el score de Chad Fischer para la serie "Scandal"

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Mercury Records edita "Early Man" de Harry Gregson-Williams y Tom Howe

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Madison Gate Records edita en febrero la tercera temporada de "Outlander" de Bear McCreary

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Lakeshore edita en formato digital la música de Rupert Gregson-Williams para la serie "The Alienist"

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Sony edita en febrero el score de John Paesano para "The Maze Runner: The Death Cure"

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Lakeshore edita digitalmente "Blind" de Amy Lee, Dave Eggar y Chuck Palmer 

Información en inglés:
A long-ago car crash that killed his wife and left him unable to see still exacts an emotional toll on Bill Oakland (Alec Baldwin). He was a hugely successful novelist, but stopped writing after the accident. Suzanne Dutchman (Demi Moore) is found guilty by association when her husband is indicted for insider trading. She is sentenced to three years community service and assigned to help Bill. Their worlds intertwine and a passionate love affair ensues. Then Suzanne’s husband is unexpectedly acquitted and she is forced to choose between the man she loves and the man she married.
BLIND – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
01. Blind Opening Theme - Amy Lee, Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer 
02. Bird in A Cage - Sasha Lazard and Jake Baine 
03. Bill’s Wife Theme (Score Cue) - Amy Lee, Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer 
04. Mark’s theme (Score Cue) - Amy Lee, Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer 
05. Pourquoi - Ann Hampton Callaway 
06. Dream of Ice (Score Cue) - Amy Lee, Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer 
07. Through Your Eyes - Amy Lee 
08. Shaving (Score Cue) - Amy Lee, Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer 
09. Honeypot (Score Cue) - Amy Lee, Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer 
10. The Sexiest Mistake - Sasha Lazard 
11. First Kiss (Score Cue) - Amy Lee, Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer 
12. Just a Little Love, A Little Kiss - Johnny Farro 
13. Beacon for the Blind (Score Cue) - Amy Lee, Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer 
14. The Final Leap - Amy Lee
15. Lumiere Remix - Sasha Lazard 
16. Without You- Matt Rocker and the Constituents
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Beat Records edita el score de Bruno Zambrini para "Mia moglie è una bestia"

Información en beatrecords.it
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RCA edita en marzo "Love, Simon" de Rob Simonsen & VVAA

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WaterTower Records edita "12 strong" de Lorne Balfe

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Naxos edita la obra maestra de Gottfried Huppertz para "Metrópolis"

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Novedades de MovieScore Media

Información en moviescoremedia.com
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Nominaciones a los Premios Bafta

Más premios que se acumulan, en este caso los de la Academia británica: los Bafta. En el apartado de mejor partitura este año se abre la polémica, sin duda, pues parece innegable que a la hora de realizar las nominaciones prima más la repercusión mediática de la película que las propias virtudes de los scores, aunque, como es obvio, es una cuestión de opiniones.
Los candidatos los podéis consultar en bafta.org


BLADE RUNNER 2049 Benjamin Wallfisch, Hans Zimmer

DARKEST HOUR Dario Marianelli

DUNKIRK Hans Zimmer

PHANTOM THREAD Jonny Greenwood

THE SHAPE OF WATER Alexandre Desplat
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Edición de la BSO de "Fifty sahdes freed" de Danny Elfman y VVAA

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Intrada edita el score completo de Michael Kamen para "Robin Hood: Príncipe de los ladrones"

Información en store.intrada.com
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Novedades de Varèse Sarabande

Información en varesesarabande.com
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Lakeshore edita en formato digital "Videoman" de VVAA

Información en inglés:
A VHS collector with a drinking problem finds a valuable movie that could save him from eviction. When the movie gets stolen he starts a desperate hunt for a perpetrator. An alcoholic woman obsessed with the 80s is a victim of work place bullying and struggles to develop a relationship with her grown up daughter. These outsiders joined by nostalgia and broken dreams starts a romance and make each other self aware, a step in the right direction when trying to solve their respective problems.
Videoman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Various Artists

01. Prologue - Waveshaper
02. Videoman - Waveshaper
03. Office - Robert Parker
04. Simone’s Theme - Robert Parker
05. VHS Passion - Waveshaper
06. Faceless - Waveshaper
07. Ennio’s Theme - Waveshaper
08. Stolen Tape - Waveshaper
09. Love On Ice - Johan Agebjörn feat. Ryan Paris & Sally Shapiro
10. Drift Apart - Robert Parker
11. Love Frontier - Main
12. Blue Motorbike - Moto Boy
13. Push & Pull - Sveinung Nygaard feat. Niki Yrla
14. Burglary - Waveshaper
15. Franco’s Den - Waveshaper
16. Confrontation - Waveshaper
17. Have You Ever Been In Love? - Johan Agebjörn feat. Tom Hooker
18. Anyone There? - Waveshaper
19. A Sense Of Loss - Robert Parker
20. A Love Gone - Robert Parker
21. Hunted - Waveshaper
22. Demise (Instrumental) - Robert Parker
23. Demise - Robert Parker feat. Femmepop

Waveshaper is a Swedish electronic music artist inspired by the soundtrack scene of the 80s early 90s. His sound is cinematic and melodic with a modern mix that reminds of the French House sound.
He grew up spending a lot of time on Atari/Amiga and video games that clearly is represented in his tracks.

Waveshaper emerged back in 2013 but the last couple of years has blossomed into one of the most well known artists in the so called Synthwave scene. In 2016 he released the album “Station Nova” on NRW Records and contributed with 4 originaltracks to the PS4 / Xbox game “Furi” OST, alongside names like Danger and Carpenter Brut among others.  In 2017 he released the EP Velocity.  Scoring video game and movie soundtracks are something that he is putting more focus on.
Originally a classically trained pianist, Swedish electronic musician Robert Parker went from tracker music during the 90s to retro-esque the following decade. His love for analog synthesizers began when he bought a Korg Polysix in 2009, which was the starting point of the style of music he produces today. His studio is located in Stockholm, where he creates music that ranges between everything from chiptunes to disco. He uses a combination of hardware synthesizers and trusty VSTs, where the Roland Juno 60, The Minimoog and the SH-101 are his cornerstones.
He does regular live shows. So far he has played in Canada, Australia, France, Finland, Sweden, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Greece, Russia and China.
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Novedades de Music Box Records

Información en musicbox-records.com
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Alexandre Desplat gana su segundo Globo de Oro por "La forma del agua"

Segundo Globo de Oro para el gran compositor galo Alexandre Desplat por su partitura para "La forma del agua". El anterior lo recibió en 2007 por "El velo pintado". En total Desplat ha recibido 9 nominaciones a los premios de la prensa extranjera de Hollywood. En el apartado de mejor canción, los agraciados fueron Benj Pasek y Justin Paul por "This is me" de "El gran showman".
Todos los premiados los podéis consultar en goldenglobes.com
Los nominados, incluidos los ganadores, han sido los siguientes:

Mejor banda sonora

Carter Burwell, por Tres anuncios en las afueras
Alexander Desplat, por La forma del agua - GANADOR
Johnny Greenwood, por El hilo fantasma
John Williams, por Los archivos del Pentágono
Hans Zimmer, por Dunkerque

Mejor canción original

Home - Ferdinand
Mighty River - Mudbound
Remember Me - Coco
The Star - Se armó el belén (The Star)
This Is Me - El gran Showman - GANADORA
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Soundtrack Factory reedita "Anatomía de un asesinato" de Duke Ellington

Información en amazon.es
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Podcast "En busca del Arca perdida" de John Williams

En 1981 John Williams escribió una de sus obras maestras: 'En busca del Arca perdida'. Supuso su quinta colaboración con Steven Spielberg y es, por méritos propios, todo un modelo de partitura de acción.
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Tres discos con Fernando Velázquez como protagonista en Quartet Records

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Milan edita en formato digital la música de Tyler Bates para la serie "El exorcista"

Fragmentos en amazon.com
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Edición digital del score de Gabriel Yared para "Si tu voyais son coeur"

Fragmentos en amazon.com
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La-La Land edita en 4 CD "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Collection - Volume 2" de VVAA

Información en inglés: facebook.com/lalalandrecords

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Novedades de Disques CinéMusique

Información en disquescinemusique.com
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Lakeshore edita en formato digital la música de Adam Lastiwka para la serie "Travelers"

Información en inglés:
This season, FBI Special Agent Grant MacLaren (Eric McCormack) and his team of time-travelling specialists attempt to navigate their 21st century lives while tasked with the mission of saving the future from a dystopian existence. The Travelers will face their most difficult obstacles yet, including the Faction, a deadly virus, and a mysterious new Traveler (Enrico Colantoni), all while continuing to live the everyday lives of the present-day host bodies over which they’ve taken. Along with McCormack and Colantoni, TRAVELERS features an all-star Canadian cast including MacKenzie Porter, Patrick Gilmore, Jared Abrahamson, Nesta Cooper, and Reilly Dolman.
Adam Lastiwka is a prolific composer for film and television based in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest. He is best known for his work on the globally renowned Netflix series TRAVELERS from STARGATE Creator and Writer Brad Wright, as well as the Emmy Nominated series INTERRUPT THIS PROGRAM.
Starting at the age of seventeen with a three-album record contract, Adam seated himself as a pioneer of the home-studio based recording movement, thriving within a complex and challenging industry. The raw, powerful, organic and unique arrangements he creates with his distinct musical palette garnered attention, at a very young age, from Producers and Directors worldwide, earning him a diverse range of internationally broadcasted series, and to this day has contributed music to more than five hundred (and counting) episodes of television, documentaries, feature films and advertisements.
His fresh, unique and collaborative approach to scoring and composition always lends itself to a heightened final product in whatever context he’s working. Adam believes in delivering the most custom tailored scores to all of his clients, and in keeping with that goal, he has dedicated himself to learning the widest variety of musical instruments from all corners of the globe. While he is definitely an advocate of technology and is happy to utilize it in his productions, the artificiality and staleness it can yields, as well as the lack of personalization to the client has made him utilize it only the most transparent capacity that is necessary.
To view the ‘making of’ video visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USP9TTYn4Q&feature=youtu.be
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RCA reedita el score de Georges Delerue para "A man for all seasons"

Fragmentos en amazon.es. La edición no es el score aislado, sino una mera copia de la banda sonora con los diálogos.
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Varèse edita digitalmente el score de Benjamin Wallfisch para "Mully"

Fragmentos en amazon.es
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Nuevas ediciones de Rosetta Records

Información en edicionesrosetta.es
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Varèse edita en febrero el score de Roque Baños para "El pasajero"

Información en inglés:
Varèse Sarabande will release THE COMMUTER – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally on January 19, 2018 and on CD February 26, 2018. The album features original music composed by Roque Baños (DON’T BREATHE, IN THE HEART OF THE SEA).
“The director Jaume Collet-Serra was great to work with,” said Baños when asked about his experiences on the film. “Jaume gave me total freedom to develop the music.  His only direction was to create patterns in the music that evoke a commuter’s everyday routine. I did that in the main theme actually, which is a repetition of a small phrase with little variations.”
Insurance salesman Michael (Liam Neeson) is on his daily commute home, which quickly becomes anything but routine. After being contacted by a mysterious stranger (Vera Farmiga), Michael is forced to uncover the identity of a hidden passenger on the train before the last stop. As he works against the clock to solve the puzzle, he realizes a deadly plan is unfolding, and he is unwittingly caught up in a criminal conspiracy that carries life and death stakes for everyone on the train.
“I used a traditional line-up of instruments including piano, strings, brass, and percussion,” said Baños. “On top of all of those amazing musicians, I also incorporated an unusual instrument - the train horn. It gives personality to the score, and it put's the train as a central character in the movie. The train has it's own theme, played by this train horn, giving the sound a character that could only be THE COMMUTER.”
Lionsgate and StudioCanal present THE COMMUTER in theaters on January 12, 2018. Varèse Sarabande will release THE COMMUTER – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally on January 19 and CD February 26, 2018
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For more information contact Beth Krakower, The Krakower Group, 310.294.3600,
Beth@KrakowerGroup.com, or @KrakowerGroup on Twitter
Roque Baños was born in Jumilla (Murcia) in 1968. He began his musical education at the age of 9, at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Murcia, where he finished elementary level, obtaining Honors in both Music Theory and Saxophone. In 1986, he moved to Madrid, where he completed his studies at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Musica de Madrid, with honors and several merits mentions. In 1993, he received a grant from the Ministry of Culture in Spain to study at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude in the fields of Film Scoring and Performance in 1995, receiving the Robert Share Award for demonstrating the highest musical-dramatic level in the area of film music composition, and an achievement award for his outstanding performance abilities.
During his studies in Madrid, Roque earned a position as an officer musician in the Spanish Army, where he developed an intense compositional period writing concert music for Marching Band and Chamber ensembles. He also became an accomplished classical saxophonist, performing in a number of concert halls in Spain and abroad, premiering works by Spanish and foreign composers as well as his own. His path, however, was always directed more towards composition and conducting. He has premiered and directed his own scores at the National Auditorium in Madrid, the Reina Sofia Auditorium, the Cultural Circle of Fine Arts Hall, and several Music Halls in Spain and abroad.
In 1997 Roque wrote his first film score "Back Roads" directed by Emilio Martinez Lazaro, one of the most acclaimed directors in Spain. Since then, he has worked with many of Spain’s most renowned directors, such as Alex de la Iglesia, Daniel Monzon, Carlos Saura, and Santiago Segura, to name a few.
Roque’s first US production "Evil Dead," directed by Fede Alvarez (with whom he has a close personal and professional relationship), has opened a door to the American market.  He has earned international recognition working with international directors like Terry Gilliam, Ron Howard, Kevin Reynolds, Spike Lee, Jonathan Glazor, and Brad Anderson, splitting time between Los Angeles and Spain.
His latest films include “The Commuter” directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, “Miracle Season” by Sean McNamara, “Yucatan” by Daniel Monzón, “Sin Rodeos” by Santiago Segura, and “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” directed by Terry Gilliam, all to be release in 2018.
Founded in 1978, Varèse Sarabande is the most prolific producer of film music in the world, releasing the highest quality soundtracks from the world’s greatest composers. From current box office hits and top television series to the classics of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Varèse Sarabande’s catalog includes albums from practically every composer in every era, covering all of film history; from Bernard Herrmann, Alex North and Jerry Goldsmith to Alexandre Desplat, Michael Giacchino, and Brian Tyler.
Varèse Sarabande releases deluxe and expanded editions of special soundtracks for the film music aficionado. The Varèse Vintage imprint specializes in releasing new and re-issued albums by classic pop, jazz and country artists. Varèse Sarabande Records is distributed by Universal Music Group.
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